Dr Younus, PhD (Adelaide), MPhil (Waikato), MSc and BSc (first class second in Geography, DU) started work in the department of Geography, Environment and Population, Adelaide University as a Visiting Research Fellow in June, 2011. He has published two books (one from Springer) on climate change vulnerability and adaptation; and 23 articles/papers in refereed journals and proceedings. His publications have been cited in academic literature across the World. He taught several courses on environment (Environmental Studies: Climate Change and Human Adaptation, Environmental Decision Making Tools, Research Project Design and Management, Cities as Human Environments) in Flinders University, Australia; and he also delivered special lectures in Dhaka University and Adelaide University. Dr Younus has evaluated ANU Doctoral thesis, NOAA's grant application, and many articles for international refereed journals as a referee. Younus is an Associate Editor / Assigned Editor of the Journal of Environmental Assessment Policy and Management, Imperial College Press, UK /WSP, http://www.worldscientific.com/page/jeapm/editorial-board; he is also an Editor of two Journals: Cogent Environmental Science https://www.cogentoa.com/journal/environmental-science and Cogent Social Science https://www.cogentoa.com/journal/social-sciences. He is also an editorial board member of Sustainability (MDPI Journal, IF: 1.85), http://www.mdpi.com/journal/sustainability/editors. He was assigned as a team member with various international research activities, such as: International Water Management Institute, BUP, ADB, WMO, Global Water Partnership, and the University of Waikato. He has presented papers in various international seminars in the USA, Norway, Finland, Australia, Bangladesh and the UK. Younus worked with Professors Drs Nick Harvey, Q K Ahmad, K B Sajjadur Rasheed, Munir Morad, Martin Williams, and Richard Warrick. He was a Scientific Reviewer of IPCC Fourth (2007) and Fifth (2014) assessment reports on adaptation. Dr Younus is a Board Member of Australia New Zealand Society for Ecological Economics (ANZSEE). He is a member / life member of 19 International Academic and Development Societies along with the Association of American Geographers, Institute of Australian Geographers, the Royal Geographical Society - Institute of British Geographers (RGS-IBG), Regional Studies Association (UK), International Society for Ecological Economics (ISEE), Bangladesh Geographical Society, BNGA, the Royal Geographical Society of South Australia, Field Geology Club of South Australia, The Australian Sociological Association and Bangla Academy. He is a Fellow of RGS-IBG. He is a Councillor of the Royal Geographical Society of South Australia, and Vice President of the Bangladesh Australia Society of South Australia (BASSA) Inc.